By Tori Wieldt on Aug 01, 2012
Here's your chance to be in the Java Music Video for 2012! With your webcam, phone or camera, film yourself doing walks, spins, or drinking (ahem) Java. Watch this video to see samples and where to upload:
1) Early Bird
Register for your full pass before 11:00 p.m. (Pacific Time) Friday, July 27th to get an early bird discount (that's tomorrow, or TODAY, or yesterday depending when you are reading this!).
2) Register Four Attendees, Get the Fifth Free
All attendees must be registered from the same company and all four (4) packages must be paid in full to qualify for the one (1) free registration. This discount cannot be combined with any other discounts/offers.
3) Government Rate
The Government Rate is open to bona fide employees of a national/federal, state, provincial, or local government entity, including public higher education institutions. You are required to show your government ID or proof of government employee status.
With keynotes from foremost Java visionaries, and expert-led hands-on learning opportunities, JavaOne is the world's most important event for the Java community. By registering for JavaOne San Francisco, you join the community of Java technologists dedicated to expanding their Java skills and moving the #1 development platform forward. JavaOne 2012. Be there!
JUG leaders from around India came to JavaOne India to network with community members and share their expertise. Here are short videos with them about their JUGs, challenges they face and technologies they like.
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JavaOne India will be at the Hyderabad International Convention Center Thursday and Friday this week, 3-4 May. There's still time to register online or you can register onsite.
In addition to keynotes, technical sessions, hands-on labs and demos, JavaOne India features a track of talks for and by the Java community in the OTN community room. Topics are wide-ranging and you are invited to actively participate. Hear from Java Champion Harshad Oak about Building Java Communities in India. Harshad will delve into why building a user community in India is very different from that in a developed country. He is also open to suggestions about what to discuss--he is looking for input now on Twitter. You can share your ideas with him @HardshadOak.
Learn about Gradle and how to build tool that rock from Chennai JUG Leader Rajmahendra Hedge. See how Gradle measures up in terms of dependency management, version controlling, scalability, flexibility, single vs multiple projects support, and more from Raj, a real expert.
Tushar Joshi, Nagpur JUG Leader and NetBeans Dream Team Member will explain how the NetBeans Platform is a rich-client desktop framework that can save years of development time in building any desktop application. As Tushar exclaims, "The desktop is back and never left in the first place!"
Are you interested to know more about Oracle’s Developer Program and Oracle User Groups? Join Peter Yu, Senior Director, Technology Consulting, & Nagaraj Paduvare, Senior Manager, Global Customer Programs as they explain the different types of Developer Program activities in India and across APAC.
Other topics include Monitoring Cloud Applications, Certifying your Applications on Oracle 11g. All talks are included with your JavaOne India registration.
Stop by the OTN lounge for the full schedule of the OTN community room, learn about the many resources available for Java developers, or just to hang out with us between session. The OTN team is looking forward to meeting old and new friends at #JavaOneIndia.
At the Java Community Keynote, a panel of Java leaders from around the world, along with the popular, fun-loving Java Posse, made it clear that Java is not just about technology -- it's also about community.
The ninth annual Java Community Process Program Awards were announced Tuesday night, along with a special award to JCP Chair Patrick Curran.
Imagine: You are at JavaOne and you forgot to print out your schedule! What do you do? Or, you know your next session but not how to find it. Here are some pointers. To make things easier to find, the majority of sessions in each JavaOne track are in one hotel, and the hotels are color-coded.